Eurovision 2020πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί Russia

πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί Little Big perform “Uno” live for the first time

Hoping for a win in Rotterdam!

Little Big have performed “Uno” live for the first time, following the release of their entry on Thursday. They performed the song live on Friday’s edition of Vecherniy Urgant.

The group also premiered the video of their entry on Vecherniy Urgant, the night before their live performance. The show is presented by Eurovision 2009 host, Ivan Urgant. He presented the grand final of the contest in Moscow, alongside Alsou.

Uno, dos, cuatro!

The group kept a similar look to their music video for their live performance with bright colours, their “Uno” dance and a disco floor! You can watch the performance below:

The video has already gained over 2.5 million views on YouTube, with the official music video gathering a further 16 million views on the official Eurovision channel.

Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Rave band, Little Big, will represent Russia at the 2020 Eurovision in Rotterdam. The band was founded in 2013 in St. Petersburg.

Ilya Pruskin, Sergey Makarov, Sonya Tayurskaya and Anton Lissov make up the group which had a global hit in 2016 with “Skibidi”. The video for the worldwide hit has over 360 million views on YouTube, after the dance in the music video started the viral “Skibidi Challenge”. Little Big are looking to replicate, or better, the success of Sergey Lazarev at the 2019 contest in Tel Aviv. Sergey finished in 3rd place, with his song “Scream”.

What do you think of the first live performance of “Uno”? Do you like the entry?

Let us know in the comments below and on social media @ESCXTRA.


  1. Dirty competition has started. Do you know russian language to say this? Have you translate this video?!!! He said he has nothing against LGBT!!! Stop cheating and misleading!!! Shame on you!!!!

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